Maersk gets on board with CP Rail to move inland with new transload facility

September 18, 2020 Gavin van Marle

As part of its “container supply chain integration” strategy, Maersk is building a transload and distribution facility in Vancouver with Canadian Pacific Rail (CP).
The aim is to speed up cargo flows through the Canadian port.
The 117,000sq ft facility will be built on CP’s intermodal yard and enter service next year handling all commodities except reefer containers, said a Maersk spokesperson.
Maersk will be the exclusive user of the facility, which will ...

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